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Martina Trognitz

Telephone
+43 (1) 51581 / 2210

E-Mail
martina.trognitz(at)oeaw.ac.at

... studied Computational Linguistics and Classical Archaeology at the University of Heidelberg and is currently working on a PhD thesis on the ‘Computer-Based Analysis of Multi-Sided Minoan and Mycenean Seals’ which involves applying machine learning, clustering and social network analysis to an archaeological research question.

Before her time at the ACDH, Martina was employed at the German Archaeological Institute (DAI) where she was involved in the project IANUS to build a digital archive for the archaeologies in Germany and developed the IT guidelines IT-Empfehlungen für den nachhaltigen Umgang mit digitalen Daten in den Altertumswissenschaften.

Additionally, she is interested in everything involving photography and 3D, including RTI photography, spherical panoramas, photogrammetry and 3D scanning.


Publications (Before ACDH)

  • M. Trognitz, Approaching Multi-Sided Aegean Seals with Machine Learning Techniques, in: R. O’Sullivan – C. Marini – J. Binnberg (Ed.), Archaeological Approaches to Breaking Boundaries: Interaction, Integration and Division. Proceedings of the Graduate Archaeology at Oxford Conferences 2015-2016, BAR International Series 2869 (Oxford 2017) 183-198

  • M. Trognitz, F. Schäfer, M. Heinrich (Ed.) - IT-Empfehlungen für den nachhaltigen Umgang mit digitalen Daten in den Altertumswissenschaften. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.13149/000.111000-a
  • M. Trognitz, EVA – An Expert system for Vases of the Antiquity, International Conference on Cultural Heritage and New Technologies. November 5–7, 2012